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Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumor Round-Up: Biggest Features To Expect On Feb 20

Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumor Round-Up: Biggest Features To Expect On Feb 20

The Samsung Galaxy S10e is rumoured to be coming with a 5.8-inch "Infinity O" display, making it the smallest of the S10 trio.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 leaked enough that we're able to show not just the specs, but the colors and the expected price options too. We will have to wait until February 20 to know the details.

The latest leak should probably come with a warning though because if you have the brightness turned up on your device, this one is sure to make you squint.

For the RAM and inbuilt storage, there will be a lot of options to choose from; the Galaxy S10 might have two (6GB/128GB and 8GB/512GB), the Galaxy S10 Plus could have three (6GB/128GB, 8GB/512GB, and the humungous 12GB/1TB), and the Galaxy S10e is likely to come in a single 6GB/128GB option.

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We thought we'd seen all the colors the new phones might be available in, but MySmartPrice on Friday treated us to a possible Canary Yellow incarnation for the S10E. I'd say count the hours and we'll see more, most likely more than one. But it's customary for Samsung to throw in several perks for buyers who preorder a new phone early.

The prices of these devices are based on a variety of inputs, most of which make for a nice set of informed guesses.

Samsung's big Unpacked event is happening very soon, and we have already gotten our look at most of what Samsung is going to announce. These prices remained in-effect until the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10. Cross your fingers for more surprises than few - the more the merrier!

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